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cel·lar·ette

also cel·lar·et  (sĕl′ə-rĕt′)
n.
A cabinet for storing bottles of wine or liquor.
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cellarette

(ˌsɛləˈrɛt)
n
(Furniture) a small liquor cabinet for bottles and glasses
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cel•lar•ette

or cel•lar•et

(ˌsɛl əˈrɛt)

n.
a cabinet or stand for wine bottles.
[1800–10]
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In a popular and convenient location close to West Bromwich town centre, it has an entrance hall, cellarette, a front sitting room, a rear sitting room, a lobby, dining kitchen, a rear lobby, a bathroom with a white suite, three bedrooms and a store room, a driveway for one vehicle, a paved yard to the side and a lawned garden.
Many households today have abandoned dining rooms entirely, so his advocacy of the cellarette as 'a desirable and useful possession' would no longer find much support.
That distinction probably goes to a small liquor box or "cellarette" brought by a customer whose uncle's grandfather, a government employee in Washington, D.C., regularly played poker with Andrew Jackson and, the story goes, won the cellarette in one such game, likely in the early 1800s.